SAVANNAH, GA, 3/2/22 – The Habersham School has named Caroline Livingood to its Board of Trustees, the school recently announced.
Livingood, a native of North Carolina, has lived in Savannah for over 22 years and is the wife of Todd Livingood of Livingood’s Appliances & Bedding. A graduate of Georgia Tech with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering, Livingood worked as a Data Analyst for Home Depot and VeriSign prior to making the decision to be a stay at home mother to her two daughters, Anna and Sara, a sophomore and senior at The Habersham School, respectively.
“Through our daughters’ time at Habersham, we have seen the fruitful results of a Classical education that honors God in all things,” said Livingood. “They have learned to think independently and to look for truth and beauty in His world. The Habersham School has equipped them with a firm foundation, both academically and spiritually and I am humbled and honored to join the board and look forward to serving the school community.”
Livingood has been a steadfast volunteer at Habersham since her daughters enrolled at the school in 2016, having served in the school’s parent organization, in athletics, in the arts, the drama program, and more. She and her family attend Wesley Monumental Methodist Church where she has been involved in many groups and committees over the years.
“Caroline has proven herself to be among the most diligent and trustworthy members of the Habersham community, and we are tremendously blessed to have her serve on our school board,” said Habersham’s Interim Head of School, Jason Manley. “She has served our school faithfully in many capacities, and her combination of wisdom, integrity, and devotion to the Lord make her an ideal person to help lead our school as we seek to partner with God in the restoration of His image in our students.”
“Caroline is a wonderful addition to our school board,” added Chairman of the Habersham Board of Trustees, Dr. Byron Colley. “She will embrace solutions that will make our board stronger and more successful.”
Returning board members include Dr. Joey Boaen, Glenn Burnsed, Dr. Byron Colley, Marshall Davis, Dr. Brad Durham, Carol Dusek, Rob Kelley, and Casey Reeves.